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Structure Within with Beth

Find a way to make life more calm and enjoyable through creative tips, yoga, and self inquiry. The structure within, radiates true and joyful expression out into your life.

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Feb 13, 2016 Structure Within with Beth
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  In Yogic Philosophy there are three unique qualities that make up everything in existence. Learning about these qualities helps us to determine how to balance everything from how we feel in the body, to what kind of activity might best help us move toward calm in our relationships. We can look at these qualities in the moment, or in the body and decide what other qualities we might add to create a more desirable balance.  Learn about how the gunas can help you in your daily life. Learn how...
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Feb 15, 2015 Structure Within with Beth
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Having trouble finding calm from within yourself? In this episode, Dharmini shares what yoga says about accessing the calm and finding your own path there. For more information on Dharmini's offerings go to www.coldwaterhaven.com
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Nov 3, 2014 Structure Within with Beth
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Who doesn't need a moment to regroup, focus, and get ready for all the fun and hard work that comes with the holidays? Take a few minutes to relax and think on what you need to get you through with Dharmini Robertson.     
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Nov 3, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson shares ideas from yoga about what supports increasing the joy in our lives. What are some practical actions you can take to make your life more joyful and peaceful? Listen to find out.  
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Oct 27, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson discusses the concept of Pratipaksha Bhavana, or opposite thoughts, on today's show. She relates how directing the mind in times of difficulty is a big part of the yogic practice. Using some effort to help the mind relieve itself of worries and upset can allow you to find more moments of peace, and interrupt the cycle of negativity. The show finishes with a pose of the day, and a little relaxation. 
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Oct 20, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson offers suggestions and a little food for thought for how to work with obstacles in our lives. A yoga pose and a little relaxation follow, 
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Oct 11, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson offers the four locks and keys, a traditional approach to being useful and to relate well with others. Patanjali's Yoga Sutras offer ideas for getting along well with others and dealing with difficult situations. Let's explore together, ever mindful of the Structure Within,. 
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Oct 4, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson explores ways to experience the peace within in a short talk which shares a quote from Sri Swami Satchidananda, a little food for thought, and an asana of the day followed with a light relaxation. Do you know where to find your peace? Take a look within yourself today on Structure Within.
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Sep 27, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Last week we spoke about focus and how to develop that. This focus provides a foundation for going deeper, into the core. What is the core? How can we make sure to allow our work on the mat actually meet and develop our core? The core of who we are can refer to the body and to the rest of our lives. Let's look at the core together. We'll share some of the core concepts offered by Sadie Nardini about the deep inner core. We'll continue to build our dancer pose (Natarajasana), and have a little...
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Sep 20, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson shares ideas and techniques to help the mind to gain focus for yoga practice or off the mat. Also discussed, why it is worth it to put forth the effort, and tools to help get you started. A little relaxation follows. 
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Sep 6, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson discusses ideas on moving, movement: Yoga and the Movements of Life. A few quotes, a little bit of stumulation for thought and some relaxation to boot. 
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Aug 30, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson discusses creativity, yoga, and how they are naturally interrelated. Get your own creative juices flowing and find some calm and relaxation to boot. 
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Aug 23, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Have you wondered how you can keep a home practice of yoga, or any art, afloat. Beth Robertson offers some key ideas to keeping your practice vibrant and help you to get into the heart of what yoga, and also any creative practice, is all about. A resource to how to practice, with a little relaxation to close. 
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Aug 16, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson discusses the yoga tradition of ahimsa. A little history with lots of ideas and suggestions. Some expansion on her ideas from the book: Practicing Yoga Ahimsa will be included. A pose of the day is offered, and some delightful savasana will leave you feeling calm, and ready to offer your own kindness to the world around you. 
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Aug 10, 2013 Structure Within with Beth
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Beth Robertson, yoga teacher and author shares: What is the Structure Within, and how might we start to find it? Learn about the practice of yoga, on and off the mat, and enjoy a little food for thought with some relaxation to boot.